Tata £800m steel cash 'confidence in Wales'
The Indian steel giant Tata is set to spend £800m at its Welsh plants over the next five years.
First Minister Carwyn Jones says it is a "tremendous vote of confidence" in steel making in Wales.
He spoke to Ellis Roberts about his meeting with the vice chairman of Tata Steel, B Muthuraman, in Mumbai, as part of the Welsh government's trade mission.
Tata is examining whether it can mine coal near its Port Talbot steel plant.
The Indian-owned company says the project would create up to 500 jobs. The coal would be turned into coke and used in the steel production.